- What does the Watty Box contain?
The box contains the following:
-1 Watty Box Sensor hardware
-1 Power cable
-1 Ethernet cable
- How many monitors do I need for my home?
The Watty Box measures your total electricity use on the incoming three phases.
As long as you can reach these, one is enough. Unfortunately, we cannot at the
cater for residences that can’t reach their incoming electricity cables.
- What do I need to install the Watty Box?
The Watty Box will work as long as you can reach your fuse box and have access
to either wifi or ethernet there.
- Where do I install the Watty Box?
The Watty Box needs to be installed on the incoming electricity cables, which you
can usually reach by your fuse box. The Box itself will be installed by a Watty
installer, which is included in the price.
- How is the Watty Box connected to the electricity?
The Watty Box measures your electricity use with current clamps; normally three for
EU residential properties, though some apartments can have only one. The clamp is
attached onto an insulated cable and therefore doesn’t come into contact with your
electrical system. However, you may need to remove the casing of the fuse box to
reach the incoming power cables.
- When will it be delivered?
Watty will start installations in May.
- Is it possible to do the installation myself?
In the majority of cases, the installation requires that you remove the casing for
the fuse box and fasten the current clamps around the incoming power cables. To do
this safely we strongly recommend buying the product with installation included. Not
only does this remove the risk to yourself in dealing with live wires, it will also
give you the peace of mind that the installation has been done correctly, at a lower
price than most independent installers.
- How does it connect to the internet?
Watty connects to your home internet connection via WiFi or ethernet cable.